Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on May 12, 1887 · Page 1
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 1

Alton, Illinois
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Thursday, May 12, 1887
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VOLUME 26. A.J:HOWEJLL, 'URNITURE! AFull^dConjiplete Stock DNSTANTLY ON HAND. ALT, ORDKV ' FOR UPHOLSTERING Neatly and promptly executed. iBelle st. ( bet. Third and Fourth. ALTOK. ILL., THURSDAY EVENING, MAY 12, 1887* -ALSO- UNDERTAKEN. RESIDENCE OOK. STATE A BBVBNTH 8TS JOHN BAUER, .DEALER IN AND MANUFACTURER , OF FURNITURE. SECOND STREET, > Opp. City Hall, AJLTONj . All kinds of sine and common (arnltur "constantly on hand. Also undertaker, eta. _^ noMdwlw . GREATEST BARGAINS I —At' tStanfbrd & Bow's ; Crockery Store vf/203 Third at., nearly opp. Belle. The Finest and Best Porcelain Cups and Saucers, 60cperset, (Regular Price, IBotso Porcelain Plates 60c per t, and Porcelain Pitcliers,f 16 cts- to 50 cts- each. Platters and Vegetable Dishes in proportion. Best, duality Silver Plated Ware and Table Cutlery At Reduced Prices For a Few Days. my4dwtt REAL ESTATE FOR SALE, READ LIST OF BARGAINS ;•':•'• -. ''' —AT— • '•• • C. A. Schlueter's Agency. For Sale, cheap, oor. oi 7tli and Alton Bts.; frame dwelling, 1 rooms and collar, rents for $10 per mouth. . For Bale or Bxehangoe—100 acres, 65 in cultivation, IK miles northeast of Fostcrburg, at a bargain. For gale—Five-room, brick house, story and a half, corner Eighth and Mechanic street. Can be bad ai a bargain. Good .property to runt. Ono 6-room new house, with cellar, cistern and cool house. Lot 50 by 110 on Oth and Market sts. , For sale—one 8-robuj house andjone 8-rooin .house, Oth and'Markot-sts. Lot 60 by 110; good cistern and conl house, at a bargain. For sale—IB acres in North Alton with good orchard, barn and plenty of water. For sale— 660 acres improved farm with good house and stables in Woodson county, Kansas. U.K. runs across from Fort Scott to good buildings on same. For sale—10 pieces of valuable property with good houses, in this city. For sale or exchange—A nice little cottage In BethaltOt with, 'plenty of ground, stable : and Rood water on oromlsos. I (For sale or exchange—Two sections of R.R. ft Umber land in So. Missouri, 150 mllos from St. k.liOula on the Iron Mountain R. R., at a bar- fgaln. ,. For sale or exchange, 3 acres ot ground] on £%Ialn St., adjoining Muyor.Oopplngor's on the s>ast. Jft For sale or exchange—i sections of prairie ; land in Orooket county, Texas. Will sell |phoup, Suitable for any farming purposes. '-ft'fe Three a ores "adjoining Dr.Roberts on north. ;..-:.*?_. . _ . -• 1) i nmB( ThoinasBIg- lawloy's addition. ... -.«a.iv —— —— - —— -—- — Shelly'B addition. «a.;>s»»i« Any of the above property can bo bought ^ifAi* tt6w 8« ln - .• • also represent the Buffalo | German Fire Insurance Co-, ^Buffalo, N- Y., one of the best Icompanies in the IT. 8> id other good Companies in .on- K- A. SCHLUETER, loe| iu my New Building on Second street. rnohUdw Now when tho buds bogln to Dhow, i'TI» tlmo for young and old tohiiow That tyven, iMuitutt aud The Ilii at ImHgaHoni ' With every trouble, nclio or pain. That follow! In tUoD/Koui train, Will (flatter Ilka the thlovei of night Btiloro a draught ot BoU»r»>rlght. Jfor Mala. 9 Tho Woodroof pvoporty. A 2 story Irumu 'f liouso oi 8 rooms, on Fifth and Alton streets, pn idvttlMng «|»c« wh«n In Chiogo, wil N 4 5 10 49 UroiMph Si., I ADA fc IT V nwA<Jvnrt!tinK'«"nu'uf bUIlM « f «' '. -f ' The Importance ot purifying the Wood can^ not be overestimated, for without pure blood .fyon cnimot enjoy good health. ; -• At tills season nearly every ono needs a :. good medicine to purify, vitalize, and enrich the blood, and wo ask you to try Hood's Porilliai- Sarsdparlllo. It strengthens rebuild! alld uuiidg up mo system, creates an appetite, and tones tho digestion, while It eradicates disease. Xhe peculiar combination, proportion, and preparation of'the ;vegotahlo remedies used give to Hood's Sarsaparlllapeoul- •¥"/% Ifealf lar curative powers. No • V I156IT otliermedlclnehassuoh arecordof wonderful cures. If you have made up your mind to buy Hood's Sarsaparllla do not bo induced to take any other instead.. It Is a Peculiar .Medlcins, and Is worthy your confidence. Hood's Sarsaparllla Is sold by all druggists. Prepared by 0.1. Hood & Co., Lowell, Mass. IOO Doses One Dollar AT— Stanford & Dow's : . Crockery Store, 2O3 Third st., nearly opp. Belle. FOlt THE LOWEST I'RICES; Good Ciips and Saucers, SOcpor set. Good 8-inch Plates, 30c per set. Meat Dishes, 5c to 50c each. Vegetable Dishes, 5c to 50c each. Pitchers, 5o to 50o each. Half-pint Table TumbFers, 15c . par set. Crystal Glass Goblets, 20c per set. Fruit Saucers, lOc.per set. . Fruit Dishes, .'fie to 75c each. Handsome Glass Water Sets 90 cts. Beautiful Decorated English Dinner Sets, $15. > Handsome Decorated Chamber Sets, io pieces, only §2.75 per set. Best quality of Triple-plated Knives, 1.50 uer set. Triple Plated Forks. $1.50 per ant THE LARGEST -,^AND MOST COMPLETE ASSORTMENT of Cooking Stoves «ver brought to Alton. BUCK'S BUILLIAVT the • •<• BESTGftSQME'STOVE! in the market, saves time, labor and money. The favorite summer stove with al) luouao- Ueopers.. Allulees. Call and examine; I ain also prepared to do RoollugiGuttorliig.Spoutlngaiid • all kinds of '. Tin Work, at reasonable prices.*^ r A. j. DEGENHA;BDT, .B3SBA8T SECOND STREET, ' ' FIFTH IJOOB WEST eif HENRY. apaoawiy W. k\ ENSEVGER, Plain and'Decorative Paper IL1 WOUK PKOMPTLY ATTKNDKD TO AX LOWK8T TK11U8. ' OFFICE) AND SHOP ON SECOND ST (i: NEAR PIASA ALTON. . . T, L FOULDS & CO,, ATENTION I The Pickle Factory wlshe* to make contracts for CUCUMBERS For Plolcle pm-poiOH. Will pay 40o, Mo unil 60o per Vjualiol (or Uuoumbors not lonuor than 4 In', 8 In. anil 2In., In tfooduliapo. Will tuko all tliat oun Uo raluen, wliotliorby oontrnot or u»t. mytidwlia AT oNnit. Ajm- take orders for"oliolo6~iiur«ory atook, .Good nay. Steady work. Outrtt free. No oxpo- konou noodud. JAMES K. W1IITNBV, "" " " ,Boouo!itor,N.y. NUMBER 294 LATEST NEWS. . Missouri Legislature convened h extra session yesterday. Both Houses of the Pennsylvania Legislature passed the high license bill. Secretary Bayard sent a telegram to Minister Manning, at the City of Mexico, yesterday, asking of Mexico mercy for the condemned Nogales olllccrs. Two serious railway accidents occurred at Jefferson City yesterday, Frank Costliu, a brakeinau, was killed, and K. P. Carter, of Uooue county, was injured so badly that he is expected to die. A lady of this city who- has recently visited in (he family of Mr. Blaine says that Mr. and Mrs. Blame expect to sail for Europe during the next month, and, as this is Mrs. Blame's first visit abroad, the trip will be an extended one. Ex-Vice President Wheeler has been confined to his bed for several weeks, and is in a critical condition. Although very sick, he manifests a keen interest in current affairs, and has the newspapers read to him every day. David Smith, who was perhaps the oldest man in Illinois, died at his home near Freeport last Monday, aged' 102. He was, a consistent Democrat of the old school, and never rode on a railroad train or ate a meal at a hotel. . The President has appointed Mr. James W. Hyatt, of Connecticut, to be Treasurer of the United States at Washington. Mr. Hyatt was formerly State Bank Examiner of Connecticut, and Is at present National Bank Examiner of that (state and Rhode Island. William O'Brien, the editor of United Ireland, who landed at New York Tuesday, en route for Canada, where he is about to make a series of public - speeches against Lord Lansdowne, the Governor General of the Canadian Dominion, and his ill-treatment of tenants in Ireland, has arrjved at Montreal and had a populal- ovation. There are serious apprehensions in some cities of Canada of riotous outbreaks as the result of Mr. O'Brien's meetings. Legislature. , A FLOOD OF PETITIONS, Si'uiNOFiELD, 111., May 11.—A flpod of petitions was precipitated into the Senate from all portions of the State, some favoring and some opposing the passage of the bills prohibiting pool selling and Sunday base ball games. Several agricultural societies complained that the prohibition of pool selling would injure them by breaking up speed contests. Senator Evans presented a petition signed by over 100 employes of the Elgin National Watch Company asking him to vote against the base ball bill. Lieutenant Governor Smith presented a petition for the abolition of the Chicago Board of Trade, and the suspension of its privileges pending an investigation directed toward that result. SENATE. After the reading of the journal in the Senate to-day the resolution for a sine-die adjournment May 12 was takan up on special order for consideration . The resolution was amended by extending the time to May 27 and then adopted. House bill No. 27, on reading, was passed. The bill provides for the punishment of false pretenses in ob tainiug certificates of registration of cattle and other animals,and to punish giving false pedigrees. The House bill redistricting the city of Chicago into 24 wards was passed j also House bill 7G2,enabling corporations created for that purpose to transact a surety business in this State, and to become the surety on bonds required by law. WILL HOLD EXTKA. HUSSIONS. Senator Crabtrec offered a resolution that during the remainder of the session the Senate hold two sessions daily every day except Sunday, beginning at 9 a. in., and so continue unless otherwise ordered. Senator Streator offered an amendment that from this time on, unless otherwise ordered, the Senate hold afternoon sessions Tuesdays, Wednesdays and .Thursdays,beginning ut.2.30 o'clock. I'hu resolution IIB amended was adopted, and hereafter the Senate will hold afternoon sessions three days in the week. A number of House bills, on Hrst and second reading, were advanced on the calendar. Tho bill to ontiblo Park Commissioners to Bull land no longer needed for park purposes WUB passed. The Senate then adjourned ,o 10 o'clock tomorrow morning. JIOUSB. Tho firs I business of the House this morning was to make final disposition of Mr. Fuller's joint resolution proposing to submit to the peo pie, at the next general election, the advisability of holding a constitutional convention in this State. The House refused to adopt the resolution by a vote of 89 to 35. Mr. Merrill called up and had sent to third reading the Senate bill prohibiting the sale of tobacco in any form to minors under 16 years. Judge Green called up the House Revenue bill on special order and asked to have it read a second time. Mr. Fuller moved to postpone Hit reading of the bill until 2:30 o'clock this afternoon. A division was taken and the motion lost—yeas 44, nays 75. Three and a half hours of the morning session was required to read two-thirds of the bill, after which a recess was. taken until 2 :30 o'clock. ROASTED TO DEATH Horrible Accident in a Petmsyl ' vauitt Steel Foundry—Three Men Dead and Two Dying. PITTSBURGH, PA., May 11—While a gang of men were engaged in cleaning out' a furnace at the Edgar Thompson Steel Works at Braddock, at 10 o'clock last night, a great arch that had been formed of coke, brimstone and other materials, and which was at a red heat,suddenly collapsed. The burning mass .fell upon the men at work below and five ef them,John Zawloskey-, John Gearcif fr, John Ged- ard, John Lawatte and Charles Le- donoski, were fatally burned: It is feared others may be buried beneath the debris. ••'•> John Lawatte, one of the men burned at the Edgar Thompson Steel Works last night, died this morning. Two more died later, and the attending physicians say the other two can not recover, and will probably die within the next 24 hours. They are all young men and unmarried. Justice Wood Very 111. WASHINGTON, May 11 — Justice Wood's condition is very critical. In addition to his original malady, consumption,he is now suffering from an aggravated case of dropsy and his death is considered liable to occur any day. Soon Hare Died. Burks Medicine Co., Quincy, III: GENTS—I want to tell you what your White Pine Balsam has done for me, I had a cough for three long months, contracted while in Leadville, about Aug. d9. I.had doctored constantly, L was so had 1 could not lie down at night. I would just as soon have died as to live in that condition. I took one bottle of your Balsam.and am entirely cured. Have not even coughed lor four days. - Yours truly, MRS. S. J. BARRiCK. LITTLE APRICOTS. There is nothing so positive in its action in treatment of deranged liver, biliousness; heartburn, nervous and sick licadncho, as Little Apricot Pills, easy to take as sugar, so small, so pleasant. Try them. It is no wonder that people complain of hard times whan they pay a doctor bill every few months, amounting to several dollars, Instead of keeping on band some reliable medicine like Burks' White Pino Balsani j that would cost them but 60e, and perhaps euro three or four colds. Sold by El Marsh. BUKKS' WHITE PI1SE BALSAM. It will be found equally ofllcacious in colcla and coughs of long standing, relieving tho distress and restoring the throat to its normal state. For sale by E. Marsh, Alton, 111. myldwltn In tho spring, hundreds of portions suffer from boils, carbunolos, and other oruptivo diseases. These are evidences that tho system la trying to purge il.'olf of Impurities, and that it needs tho powerful aid which IB afforded by the usn of Ayer's Sarsaparilla. dwlw NOTICE. i'o all whom It miiy concern: Tlmt unoi-dlnniico involution to pormlttlnt; uiunulH und guoac to run ut lai^o. pasaod In :l>o City Oouuoll, Nor. 15, 188.1, will derouftor 30 strictly enforced. Owners of stock will I)loii8o read suctions one and nlno'.of Bald or- dlnanon herewith publlshud: SKC, 1. That horaos, oattlo, swine, ahoop, goats and «ooso, running at large In the city of Alton, lio, and they are lioroby doclarnd a public nulBunao. Sito. 0. Tlmt horeiiftor every owner of any Rooue or gooae, or any anlinala aforosalu. who ahull permit or Bullortho siuno to run at ai'Ke within the ulty of Alton, slmll forfeit inu pay a »\iui not axueudlou ton dollars, ior IOBS thmi ono dollar for ouch unoh olfeuoo with costs of prosecution. JAOOIt KU1IN, 10.4 City Marshal, Patents. fo ny persona wlililng to obtain lottci' patent on new Invontlonfl, itnprovuiaontH o dosl([«N|l will oxoouto drawings and spoolfl oatlona und inuke applloatlonii tor I'uUints All QOiir.iltatlon, In porion or by lutte , free IPCAH VFEIFFENDOHGIIK, , nr. MAY 1, 1887. Ingrain Carpets from 25c to 85c per yardi Tapestry Brusselslfroftii 50c tirSIIpr yari Body Brussels-from 90(ito$l,25|jeryard; ! OilCloths from 20c to 9i)c per yartfc India Mattings from I5c to 55c peryard; : We have No Old Stock! i No job Lots I .AllNew and Clean! /,' Upholstery Goods and , Uphoisterliig;"If Agent for Awnings. Cash prices I gladly duplicate St. Louis Call at A. FOR THE REST BUOGff IN THEWQMM AGENTS FOR THE WARRANTED FOR FIVE YEARS. TUEOKliBCKATED . Studebaker Farm Wagon, Belleville Threshers and Engines; Moline Plow Go's >• Plows and Cultivators and Ptilverizing Harrows. EMPIRE TWINE BINDERS, DROPPERS AND MOWERS. Headbiiar''' ters for EUPION and (jARMINE OILS'; ENGINE, CYLINDER and' ' ' SIGNAL OILS; STOCK, WELL and CISTERN PUMPS; line line of COOKING: STOVES;, the DANGLER and PERFEC- • • TION GASOLINE STOVES. See our $10 BUGGY HARNESS. NEW HOME SEWING MACHINES, $30. We keep the BEST GASOLINE and BURNING OILS on tap and delivered ' to any part of the city. , / . •". El Cor. 3d and State sts., CO. ALTON^IIL. THE BEST ON EARTH! BOSS EltLED WATCHES, * . , ' FromJlS to $50. Warranted 20 Years. BREECH-LOADING GUNS, From $16 to $30, H ROOTH THE J-EADiNa . o. ov^\^ in, JEWELER; myUSdwly _ SUBSCBIBE FOR THE . TELEGBAPfl, li Per By mail or delivered, Only Republican Daily ia Madisqn_county;'' ' '. ___ J, SUITER & SON, AND COMMON FURNITURE. A Full and Complete Stock Always on llaud. DO NOT FAIL TO GIVE US A CALL BEFOKB PURCHASING. -..UK FURH1TDUK UOOMB AUK ON State Street, ^opp, Third, ALTON,; ILL, E. J. PENIFOLD, Prop. FIASA STREET, Between Second ar\d Third, Alton,-111. MOST OONVKNIKNT DINING ROOM IN TH80ITY. OOOU TAUI.K ANO HKA- HU.NAHLE KATES, GALL AND 1JE OONVINOKD.

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